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The Resource Writing across the curriculum : a critical sourcebook, edited by Terry Myers Zawacki, Paul M. Rogers

Writing across the curriculum : a critical sourcebook, edited by Terry Myers Zawacki, Paul M. Rogers

Label
Writing across the curriculum : a critical sourcebook
Title
Writing across the curriculum
Title remainder
a critical sourcebook
Statement of responsibility
edited by Terry Myers Zawacki, Paul M. Rogers
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Writing Across the Curriculum compiles important work on both the history of WAC and evolving questions in the field today. Ideal for both newcomers to and scholars of the movement, the text offers landmark readings, key empirical studies on students' experience of writing in and across the disciplines; and advice about building and sustaining WAC programs."--Publisher description
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Zawacki, Terry Myers
  • Rogers, Paul M
Series statement
Bedford/St. Martin's series in rhetoric and compostition
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English language
  • Interdisciplinary approach in education
  • English language
  • Interdisciplinary approach in education
Label
Writing across the curriculum : a critical sourcebook, edited by Terry Myers Zawacki, Paul M. Rogers
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 557-565) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Donna LeCourt
  • Theory in WAC : where have we been, where are we going?
  • Christopher Thaiss
  • Showing, not telling, at a writing workshop
  • Toby Fulwiler
  • Writing to learn : writing across the disciplines
  • Anne J. Herrington
  • Writing assignments across the curriculum : a national study of college writing
  • Dan Melzer
  • Microtheme strategies for developing cognitive skills
  • A history of inquiry : the resilience of writing across the curriculum
  • John C. Bean, Dean Drenk, and F.D. Lee
  • Writing across and against the curriculum
  • Art Young
  • Introducing students to disciplinary genres : the role of the general composition course
  • Patricia Linton, Robert Madigan, and Susan Johnson
  • One size does not fit all : plagiarism across the curriculum
  • Sandra Jamieson
  • Interdisciplinary work as professional development : changing the culture of teaching
  • Joan A. Mullin
  • Ways of knowing, doing, and writing in the disciplines
  • The Writing-across-the-curriculum movement : 1970-1990
  • Michael Carter
  • From cultural criticism to disciplinary participation : living with powerful words
  • Charles Bazerman
  • Strangers in academia : the experiences of faculty and ESL students across the curriculum
  • Vivian Zamel
  • "As you're writing, you have these epiphanies" : what college students say about writing and learning in their majors
  • Thomas L. Hilgers, Edna Lardizabal Hussey, and Monica Stitt-Bergh
  • The novice as expert : writing the freshman year
  • Nancy Sommers and Laura Saltz
  • Innovation across the curriculum : three case studies in teaching science and engineering communication
  • David R. Russell
  • Jennifer L. Craig, Neal Lerner, and Mya Poe
  • Writing across the curriculum and writing centers in two-year college English programs
  • Leslie Roberts
  • Rethinking the WAC/Writing Center connection
  • Michael A. Pemberton
  • Why is being interdisciplinary so very hard to do? : thoughts on the perils and promise of interdisciplinary pedagogy
  • Rebecca S. Nowacek
  • Teaching and learning a multimodal genre in a psychology class
  • Chris M. Anson, Deanna P. Dannels, and Karen St. Clair
  • Notes on the evolution of network support for writing across the curriculum
  • Language across the curriculum
  • Mike Palmquist
  • Beyond the L2 metaphor : towards a mutually transformative model of ESL/WAC collaboration
  • Paul Kei Matsuda and Jeffrey Jablonski
  • Exploring notions of genre in "Academic literacies" and "Writing across the curriculum" : approaches across countries and contexts
  • David R. Russell, Mary Lea, Jan Parker, Brian Street, and Tiane Donahue
  • Assessing writing in cross-curricular programs : determining the locus of activity
  • Chris M. Anson
  • Merging a Culture of Writing with a Culture of Assessment : Embedded, Discipline-Based Writing Assessment
  • Terry Myers Zawacki and Karen M. Gentemann
  • The writer's personal profile : student self-assessment and goal setting at start of term
  • Alan Bullock and the Committee of Enquiry
  • Tracy Ann Robinson and Vicki Tolar Burton
  • From conduit to consumer : the role of WAC faculty in WAC assessment
  • Barbara E. Walvoord
  • WAC program vulnerability and what to do about it : an update and brief bibliographic essay
  • Martha Townsend
  • The pedagogy of writing across the curriculum
  • Susan McLeod
  • WAC as critical pedagogy : the third stage?
Control code
681487638
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 582 pages
Isbn
9780312652586
Lccn
2010940842
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)681487638
Label
Writing across the curriculum : a critical sourcebook, edited by Terry Myers Zawacki, Paul M. Rogers
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 557-565) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Donna LeCourt
  • Theory in WAC : where have we been, where are we going?
  • Christopher Thaiss
  • Showing, not telling, at a writing workshop
  • Toby Fulwiler
  • Writing to learn : writing across the disciplines
  • Anne J. Herrington
  • Writing assignments across the curriculum : a national study of college writing
  • Dan Melzer
  • Microtheme strategies for developing cognitive skills
  • A history of inquiry : the resilience of writing across the curriculum
  • John C. Bean, Dean Drenk, and F.D. Lee
  • Writing across and against the curriculum
  • Art Young
  • Introducing students to disciplinary genres : the role of the general composition course
  • Patricia Linton, Robert Madigan, and Susan Johnson
  • One size does not fit all : plagiarism across the curriculum
  • Sandra Jamieson
  • Interdisciplinary work as professional development : changing the culture of teaching
  • Joan A. Mullin
  • Ways of knowing, doing, and writing in the disciplines
  • The Writing-across-the-curriculum movement : 1970-1990
  • Michael Carter
  • From cultural criticism to disciplinary participation : living with powerful words
  • Charles Bazerman
  • Strangers in academia : the experiences of faculty and ESL students across the curriculum
  • Vivian Zamel
  • "As you're writing, you have these epiphanies" : what college students say about writing and learning in their majors
  • Thomas L. Hilgers, Edna Lardizabal Hussey, and Monica Stitt-Bergh
  • The novice as expert : writing the freshman year
  • Nancy Sommers and Laura Saltz
  • Innovation across the curriculum : three case studies in teaching science and engineering communication
  • David R. Russell
  • Jennifer L. Craig, Neal Lerner, and Mya Poe
  • Writing across the curriculum and writing centers in two-year college English programs
  • Leslie Roberts
  • Rethinking the WAC/Writing Center connection
  • Michael A. Pemberton
  • Why is being interdisciplinary so very hard to do? : thoughts on the perils and promise of interdisciplinary pedagogy
  • Rebecca S. Nowacek
  • Teaching and learning a multimodal genre in a psychology class
  • Chris M. Anson, Deanna P. Dannels, and Karen St. Clair
  • Notes on the evolution of network support for writing across the curriculum
  • Language across the curriculum
  • Mike Palmquist
  • Beyond the L2 metaphor : towards a mutually transformative model of ESL/WAC collaboration
  • Paul Kei Matsuda and Jeffrey Jablonski
  • Exploring notions of genre in "Academic literacies" and "Writing across the curriculum" : approaches across countries and contexts
  • David R. Russell, Mary Lea, Jan Parker, Brian Street, and Tiane Donahue
  • Assessing writing in cross-curricular programs : determining the locus of activity
  • Chris M. Anson
  • Merging a Culture of Writing with a Culture of Assessment : Embedded, Discipline-Based Writing Assessment
  • Terry Myers Zawacki and Karen M. Gentemann
  • The writer's personal profile : student self-assessment and goal setting at start of term
  • Alan Bullock and the Committee of Enquiry
  • Tracy Ann Robinson and Vicki Tolar Burton
  • From conduit to consumer : the role of WAC faculty in WAC assessment
  • Barbara E. Walvoord
  • WAC program vulnerability and what to do about it : an update and brief bibliographic essay
  • Martha Townsend
  • The pedagogy of writing across the curriculum
  • Susan McLeod
  • WAC as critical pedagogy : the third stage?
Control code
681487638
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 582 pages
Isbn
9780312652586
Lccn
2010940842
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)681487638

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